Opera Host Organization - Santa Fe, NM
of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
is located in one of the most diverse concentrations of Native peoples
in North America. Serving Native students from across the country
allows for a unique cultural exchange within the student learning
environment. Because of their close proximity to the campus, students
experience first-hand the rich cultures and traditions of the Pueblo
People. Outreach and other activities that benefit students address
the arts. With 250 art galleries and 12 museums located throughout
the City, students have access to a variety of art mediums and are
often treated, on and off campus, to art lectures and workshops
conducted by alumni and other artists. At IAIA, all students are
equally assured of the best opportunities for critical, professional
and cultural development provided from a Native perspective.
will host the HUD-WNO simulcast presentation of La Boh�me in the
IAIA Auditorium on 83 Avan Nu Po Road on Sunday, September 23, 2007.
This event is open to surrounding pueblos.
will partner with the following organizations to host this project
in Santa Fe, NM:
- Santa Fe Indian School will open it's classrooms for students
to explore career opportunities in the field of opera.
- Santa Fe Opera, Leader in Innovation and Excellence - Students
from the Santa Fe Indian School will participate in a tour of the
Santa Fe Opera. The Opera will host a special session for students
of the Santa Fe Opera about career opportunities in the field of
opera. These events will facilitate the children's exploration of
career opportunities in the field of Opera. The events will occur
in October and November 2007.
For more information:
- HUD Partnership with the Washington National Opera
- Washington National Opera (http://www.dc-opera.org/)
- Institute of American Indian Arts (http://www.iaia.edu/)
- Santa Fe Opera (http://www.santafeopera.org/)
- Santa Fe Indian School (http://www.sfis.k12.nm.us/)
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